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How to Spend 48 Hours in Saskatoon

Saskatoon has a rich Indigenous history and cultural heritage to dive into amongst plenty of outdoor activities to experience. With only 48 hours to explore, it's important to plan your itinerary carefully to make the most of your time. Here's a guide to help you plan a perfect 48-hour itinerary.

Author: Camp Canada
01 Jun 09:09
Tips for Getting Around Saskatoon
  • Use Public Transportation: Buses are a convenient and affordable option for getting around Saskatoon. Saskatoon Transit operates a bus service throughout the city. You can check the routes, schedules, and fares on their website or use mobile apps like Transit or Google Maps for real-time bus information.
  • Rent a Bike: The city has a network of bike lanes and paths, making it a bike-friendly city. You can rent a bicycle from The Spot, Bruce’s Cycle Works, Outtabounds to explore the city at your own pace.
  • Take a Taxi or Uber: Taxis and Uber are available in Saskatoon, and they are a convenient way to get around the city. Taxis are metered, and Uber fares are calculated based on distance and time. Make sure to check the fare before you book a ride.
  • Walk: Many areas in Saskatoon, especially the downtown and surrounding neighborhoods, are easily walkable. Take advantage of the city's pleasant streetscapes and sidewalks to explore the various attractions on foot.

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Day 1

Start your day with a visit to the Saskatoon Farmers' Market and grab some breakfast from one of the vendors. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and explore the wide variety of fresh produce, local crafts, and delicious food options.


After the market, visit the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo. The park offers a combination of wildlife exhibits and landscaped gardens. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

After the Zoo, explore the historic Nutana neighborhood, walk along the tree-lined streets and admire the charming heritage homes.


Exploring the vibrant nightlife in the Broadway District, which offers a range of pubs, bars, and live music venues.

Check out the schedule for what's playing The Broadway Theatre as they often feature a variety of performances, including plays, musicals, and concerts.

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Day 2

Start your second day with a visit to Wanuskewin Heritage Park, located just outside the city. This National Historic Site showcases the rich Indigenous heritage of the region. Take a guided tour, explore the trails, and learn about the cultural significance of the area.


Visit the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, which showcases the Ukrainian culture and history through its exhibits and displays.

After the Musuem, head to the Meewasin Valley Trail for a stroll along the beautiful riverfront pathway that runs along the South Saskatchewan River.


Head to downtown Saskatoon to the Remai Modern, an impressive contemporary art museum located along the riverfront. Explore the various exhibitions featuring local and international artists and enjoy the stunning views from the museum's rooftop terrace.

End the night at one of the popular restaurants along 2nd Avenue or 20th Street. There are plenty of options to choose from, including farm-to-table cuisine and local delicacies.

Saskatoon is a city that is charming and has something for everyone to enjoy. If you're planning a short trip to Saskatoon, make sure to include these top attractions in your itinerary. You can also explore other areas like Riversdale, University Heights and Stonebridge which are full of unique experiences. Saskatoon is a city that's worth visiting, and 48 hours is enough to get a taste of its charm. Book your trip now and get ready to explore the beautiful city of Saskatoon.

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